DISILGOLD.COM- LITERARY DIVA TERRY O’NEAL RADIO INTERVIEW ALERT

This Week on Conversations of Africa New Time–
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
 
 
 
Best selling Author Terry O’Neal 
 
Will be my first guest at this new time slot
 
Here is the link listen live and/or call in Wednesday
 
10AM to 11:00AM Pacific Standard Time
 
(Please note the new time for
 
Conversations of Africa)
 
Conversations of Africa and African People
 Internet Radio Segment from California 
 
 
 
Larry Ukali Johnson-Redd and Terry A O’Neal atthe4thAnnualLABBX 6/14/08
 
 
 
My special guest for the first Conversations of Africa Segment during
The new 10 AM to 11 AM time period will be Best Selling Author Terry O’Neal 
 
Best Selling Author, Terry a O’Neal, whose poetry has been published in numerous magazines, journals and newspapers. Her previous publications include three volumes of poetry, Motion Sickness, The Poet Speaks in Black and Good Mornin’ Glory; two children’s books, Ev’ry Little Soul and My Jazz Shoes; and the award winning family fiction novel Sweet Lavender.
 
Terry has been named among the most popular African American female writers of
our time, featured in a book
entitled “Literary Divas: The Top 100+ Most Admired

African American Women in Literature”
—a list of women who’ve left a mark on the
wider world through their writing. (
 Terry has written many books!)

In addition to her writing accomplishments, Terry is the editor of the annual youth poetry anthology, Make Some Noise! An anthology by inspired youth from all around the Unites States, Canada, Australia and Africa. In addition to her writing accomplishments, she is the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit organization, Lend Your Hand, Inc. Educating the World’s Children.

 

 

 
 
Max Rodriquez Founder of the Harlem Book Fair and
 
QBR Review speaking about the 2008 Harlem Book Fair and more
 
The woman in the photo is Therez Fleetwood, author of The Afrocentric Bride: A Style Guide.
Here is the link QBR Black Book Review link:
 
 
Listen to the Max Rod Rodriquez Interview Segment of Conversations of Africa-Wednesday July 23, 2008 by clicking on the link below !
 
 
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